FLINT — Al Perry, Mott Community College (MCC) Athletic Director, has been named as the Michigan Community College Athletic Association’s first Executive Administrator. Perry will be serving in this capacity for the MCCAA in addition to his full-time role at MCC.
The MCCAA Executive Administrator serves as the chief organizer of the MCCAA, and as a professional consultant for the conference, administrative body and their executive committee. Perry will also serve as a non-voting member of the MCCAA Executive Committee, all advisory groups, all standing and ad hoc committees, and sports committees in this new role.
“I’m honored to have been selected to serve as the first Executive Administrator for MCCA,” said Perry. “The MCCAA is one of the strongest NJCAA athletic conferences in the nation and having the ability to serve in this leadership capacity is exciting and humbling.”
Perry credits the support of MCC leadership President Dr. Beverly Walker-Griffea and Vice President Dr. Jason Wilson, for enabling him to take on this new challenge in conjunction with his current role here at the College. “My sleeves are rolled, and I’m ready to help the MCCAA continue to lead the nation.” said Perry.
The MCCAA is comprised of 20 community colleges from all over Michigan and one institution in Indiana, offering 14 different competitive sports under the auspices of the National Junior College Athletic Association, an organization that fosters and promotes two-year college athletics. — G.G.